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    Potential boost leak/air filter issue

    Hello All!

    2015 Abarth 500C - 39000 Miles

    I just joined today actually after running through the forums as a lurker for a while.

    Anyway the reason for joining is I searched through to look for my current issue only to find things that were sort of like what I was experiencing but not fully.

    Essentially about a month ago I started to notice when I get on the accelerator I hear the turbo of course but I hear an even louder sucking/whoosh sound. It is far louder than stock and seems to be taking in a whole lot more air. Now I haven't noticed any dips in performance (hence why I gave it a month) and the only modification I have is a diverter valve. My thoughts were it is either an issue with the stock airbox or potentially a small boost leak? But like a said no loss in performance so I'm not really sure.

    Thank you for any information!

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    Hi there,
    I just saw your post, I have the same issue. The noise is coming from the passenger side almost as if the noise was inside the car. I just bought the car a 2017 Fiat 500L turbo
    I looked all over for loose hoses in the engine bay, but nothing. This car has 1,500 miles on it and it says it belonged to Fiat Corp. I have dealer appointment on the 20th. ANY luck on your problem?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saled View Post
    Hello All!

    2015 Abarth 500C - 39000 Miles

    I just joined today actually after running through the forums as a lurker for a while.

    Anyway the reason for joining is I searched through to look for my current issue only to find things that were sort of like what I was experiencing but not fully.

    Essentially about a month ago I started to notice when I get on the accelerator I hear the turbo of course but I hear an even louder sucking/whoosh sound. It is far louder than stock and seems to be taking in a whole lot more air. Now I haven't noticed any dips in performance (hence why I gave it a month) and the only modification I have is a diverter valve. My thoughts were it is either an issue with the stock airbox or potentially a small boost leak? But like a said no loss in performance so I'm not really sure.

    Thank you for any information!
    Quote Originally Posted by MC996CARS View Post
    Hi there,
    I just saw your post, I have the same issue. The noise is coming from the passenger side almost as if the noise was inside the car. I just bought the car a 2017 Fiat 500L turbo
    I looked all over for loose hoses in the engine bay, but nothing. This car has 1,500 miles on it and it says it belonged to Fiat Corp. I have dealer appointment on the 20th. ANY luck on your problem?
    Hey MC996CARS,

    Please feel free to send our team a PM if you are in need of additional assistance while your Fiat is in service.

    Hi Saled,

    We understand that you are currently seeking advice from other forum members, however, if you decide to take your Fiat to your servicing Fiat studio, please don't hesitate to send our team a PM.

    Darlene
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    Are you using a different climate control since this started? Could it be normal sounds resonating through the cowl into the cabin with defroster ducts open for a change from summer driving? Otherwise, did you do anything like change the air filter or remove the intake for an oil change around that time? Those could be some of the reasons for an intake leak, or louder sound in cabin, than what was normal..

    If not, then check your air filter to make sure it is properly seated in the assembly. Air filter grease applied sparingly to the filter surround and wiped off lightly helps keep the filter from becoming pinched and being distorted during cover installation. If pinched it can create a gap where air bypasses unfiltered and sound will pass outward at a greater volume. If you changed the air filter to one without the foam prefilter/silencer, or other washable aftermarket filter, it will be louder. As well, check the intake rubber elbows for proper flush fitment to their connection points. Some have found the edge of the rear one folded in on itself and leaking.

    There are many other possibilities for leaks, which would create a louder sound, but those are easy checks to start with.

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